This position is responsible for providing day to day administrative services in support of the Centerâ™s numerous faculty and their research projects, as well as assisting the Administrative Manager with coordinating the Centerâ™s general operational needs. Responsibilities and tasks include monitoring main phone line, assisting visitors to the Center, managing the Centerâ™s conference room calendars, coordinating logistical support for meetings, events, and conferences, assisting faculty with travel plans and expense reports, processing purchase requests, coordinating and tracking Professional Services Agreements, administering off-site storage, maintenance requests, recording/transcribing meeting minutes, and providing back-up to Grant Coordinators as needed. As the front desk representative, this position is expected to interact with nationally recognized leaders in the field of substance abuse, research team members, and research participants with a high degree of professionalism.
Required: Associates degree with a minimum of 2-3 years of related administrative experience or equivalent combination of education and work experience.
Prior administrative experience required.
Experience in an academic or non-profit setting preferred.
Experience with Adobe Pro DC and InDesign is a plus.
Background check - Criminal/Educational â‹
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Center for Alcohol & Addiction Studies
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